As millennials are graduating from college and starting to enter the workforce, employers are starting to see that their workplace is becoming more and more millennial-based. While some may have thought that millennials were too interested in their social media platforms, especially since they are the “dot.com” generation, it is an inevitable fact that baby-boomers are transitioning into a different part of their lives, whether it is a new position at their job or even retirement.
In today’s society dominated by technology, social media serves a prominent (and consuming) role. Employers both past and present, friends, family, etc. all have access into your life and because of this it’s crucial to have proper social media etiquette—your personal and profession self will thank you.